LEXINGTON, Ky. – Lexington Sporting Club has announced the new Youth Administration Team, the department responsible for handling operations for the youth clubs, including registration, events, billing, collection processes, and more.
Joining Lexington Sporting Club are Tyler Lolla as Youth Club Administrator, Sybil Forsythe as Registrar, and Bo Lankster as Field and Scheduling Coordinator.
The Youth Club Administrator will be responsible for overseeing all the administration and operations. Lolla will act as the club-wide communicator, this includes being the parents’ and caretakers' first point of contact moving forward. He will be able to answer any questions or concerns that our youth club participants may have along the way.
Lolla has been a head coach for Javanon Soccer Club for various age groups, including U10, U12, U14 and U16 since 2017. He has also recently been an Administrative Assistant and Equipment Manager for FC Cincinnati MLS Development Academy. Lolla brings a passion for the game of soccer, as well as a drive to ensure each kid in the youth program has a first-class experience.
The Registrar position held by Sybil Forsythe will consist of responsibilities pertaining to league registrations, policies, insurance, and tournament/showcases. Forsythe will also oversee any travel responsibilities.
Forsythe is a native of Kentucky and a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders. She has been in healthcare and business for over 25 years and involved in youth soccer for 10 years. Her experience includes age group coordination within state leagues, team coordination, team treasurer, and training of team coordinators at the club level.
She also has experience with several special projects within competitive soccer including organizing tryouts, registrations, and communications. She is the owner of a home health care business and has three children who all play club soccer.
As the Field and Scheduling Coordinator, Lankster will be facilitating all club events, including tournaments, showcases, and any soccer clinics. He will also be coordinating with the Head of Coaches to implement coach and player placement, team assignments, and general registration and program dates.
Lankster brings nearly 30 years of coaching experience to the club and will also act as one of our Phase Directors. He has also been a staff member for Olympic Development Program Camps on both State and Regional level. Lankster understands the dedication and attention to detail needed to place Lexington Sporting Club children on appropriate level teams to advance their competitive skills.